The position of the new Papilio seems uncertain. I quote the authors: "P. natewa has a unique set of characters, suggesting that placement in its own species group ('section') within Papilio may be appropriate".
Firstly I must apologise to all ICF members for having to pretend that the photo of a wild specimen of Papilio natewa was a photoshop fake. I knew it was real well over a year ago, and had to keep it a secret until publication.
A strange situation where a picture of a new butterfly was placed on the web before it was described, never heard of that before. Wonderful discovery, I though Fiji had been quite explored but when John Tennent arrives on an Island who knows what he might find. He is certainly one of the most outstanding butterfly explorers of our time.